This month our "page-to-screen" book club is reading the best-selling 2015 psychological thriller THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN by British author Paula Hawkins. The novel relies on the device of the "unreliable narrator" as the main character, Rachel, struggles with her alcohol-fogged memory in an attempt to reconstruct events leading up to an unsolved murder to which she is connected.
Ask for a copy of the book at the Humanities Desk on the 2nd Floor of the Central Library. Read the book, then come for a screening of the 2016 film adaptation, starring Emily Blunt as Rachel, on September 21 at 2:00 p.m. in Meeting Room A, followed by a discussion about the book and the movie. Even if you haven't read the book, you are welcome to join us to watch the movie and participate in the conversation!